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Horner fears for Ferrari: 'There's still a long way to go'

Horner fears for Ferrari: 'There's still a long way to go'

11 May - 13:27 Last update: 15:45


Christian Horner looked on Sunday with pride at the victory that Max Verstappen took in Miami. The Dutchman again eliminated Charles Leclerc and is slowly creeping closer to his competitor in the world championship. The team boss noticed how both drivers deal with each other.

The Brit notes that Red Bull Racing is in excellent form, but feels it is important to warn against underestimation as well. "There's still a long way to go," Horner let Formula1.com know. "It’s so tight with Ferrari and there’s been some great racing."

Verstappen and Leclerc show respect

Meanwhile, Verstappen and Leclerc continued to make it a real spectacle. The Monegasque was allowed to start the race from the first position but did not manage to keep his rival behind him. With the Spanish Grand Prix approaching, where Ferrari hopes to make several updates, expectations are high.

Although the fight between Ferrari and Red Bull is becoming more serious, Horner notes that mutual respect is still there. "You can see there is a great respect between Charles and Max, they are enjoying racing each other and I think you can see that."

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